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10 days ago

Tech Support Analyst

CompuCom Dallas, TX

The candidate will be responsible for remotely supporting Windows Servers based systems for one of the largest infrastructures in the country. S/He… CompuCom


10 days ago

Project Manager, Workday

CompuCom Dallas, TX

Responsible for ensuring the customer needs are satisfied by providing specific deliverables. Ensures good practices in standard methodologies and… CompuCom


3 days ago

Programmer Analyst / System Administrator

Compucom Dallas, TX

Strong analysis, troubleshooting, programming, testing skills and understanding of system administration are needed to execute / implement identified… Compucom


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    Profit before the employee

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Desktop Support Technician
    Current Employee - Desktop Support Technician

    I have been working at CompuCom full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Higher PTO than industry average. Benefits solidly "average", but types of benefits are comprehensive. A number of corporate partner discounts available for employees. Fairly extensive online training resources for employees for things like certifications.

    Cons

    If you're a temp-to-hire employee you get nothing from the listed Pros at all until you're hired. Chances of being hired out of temp-to-hire fairly low. Base pay is low-to-average; non-advancement raises or annual bonuses after you're hired are nonexistent(a new reason is cited every year, guess-the-reason is something of an internal office game). Depending on the contract you are hired into, training in specific client systems may be scant. Company is deathly afraid of overtime pay, so if you're hourly you're highly unlikely to get overtime, however if you're salaried you better believe they know they don't have to pay you overtime.

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